Many times, we think of changing the boring ringtone on our phones. Creating a ringtone manually is an easy task. All you have to do is install the MP3 Cutter app for Android and use it. The benefit of using the application on the phone is that you won’t have to transfer the file from PC to the device as your ringtones will be saved locally (on the MicroSD card or ROM).
The Free MP3 cutter from Atomic incoapps is a small app and Google play store will take just 10 to 15 seconds for its installation.
When you open it, Mp3 cutter will display 3 options:
- Cut a song/music file
- Record and Edit.
- Saved Ringtones.
The first option will display a list of music files on your phone and a search button to find a specific file. When you tap on a song file, Mp3 Cutter will open a Window in which you can edit the file. Editing is a simple task. The window will display 2 markers. You have to touch and drag the first marker to indicate the starting point. The 2nd marker denotes the ending point.
If you don’t want to use the marker, there’s an option to enter the beginning and end points manually.
The window will display the sound frequency and playback controls (fast forward, pause, play, rewind). When you’re done with marking, tap on the save button. The free Mp3 files cutter app for Android will now prompt you to enter a name for the edited track and at the same time, it will display a drop down to set a file type. The drop-down list includes the below options:
Enter the file name and select an option. Now tap on the save button. When the new file is written to the storage memory, MP3 cutter will display a popup with a success or failure message. If the ringtone was successfully generated, the popup will display an option to make the ringtone as the default on your phone.
Coming back to the main window of the MP3 cutter and ringtone maker apps for Android, the record, and edit option will let you create ringtones on the fly. When you’re in front of the TV, you can use this feature to record your favorite song and edit it.
The last tool on the main window i.e. saved ringtones will display a list of tracks created with this app. This tool makes sure that the user doesn’t have to open the file manager utility of Android to locate the ringtone created with the MP3 cutter app.